Residents of Belmont woke up to a frightening scene in their front yard early Wednesday morning, a deadly fight playing out between two mountain lions.
Astronomers are tracking a large and "potentially hazardous" asteroid that is set to make a relatively close pass by the Earth on Tuesday.
2022’s wolf moon is set to appear on Jan. 17 at 6:48 p.m. ET, according to NASA.
Scientists recently discovered water vapor in the atmosphere of a recently discovered planet, NASA announced Thursday.
Scientist say the hot year is part of a long-term warming trend that could accelerate.
Each day at dusk, a dark cloud descends on downtown Sunnyvale. Like an Alfred Hitchcock movie, birds have taken over.
A kilometer-wide asteroid will pass by Earth next week, making its nearest pass for the next 200 years.
Pfizer confirmed it plans to start human trials of its omicron-specific COVID-19 vaccine later this month, potentially making it available to the public as soon as March.
U.S. doctors have transplanted a pig heart into a patient in a last-ditch effort to save his life — a first for medical science.
Here’s a look at some of the non-COVID-19 scientific discoveries, health advances and other notable events that happened in 2021.
Atlanta police say detectives believe they have identified the man responsible for the 1995 cold case rape and murder of Nacole Smith and a 2004 East Point sexual assault.
According to EarthSky.org, the Quadrantid meteor shower is occurring now until Jan. 16.
Airlines for America, a trade group for large U.S. passenger and cargo carriers, said in an emergency filing that the FCC has failed to adequately consider the harm that 5G service could do to the industry.
Colorado wildfires have forced residents in two cities to evacuate and has produced harrowing videos on social media of residents fleeing the flames.
A new study is reigniting the debate over Pluto’s status as a dwarf planet — a clash that has been going for 15 years.
Edward O. Wilson, a Harvard biologist who argued for a new vision of human nature in “Sociobiology,” has died at 92.
A team of astronomers has discovered nearly 70 rogue planets— cosmic objects that resemble a planet but do not orbit a star.
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope launched successfully early Christmas morning from French Guiana on South America’s northeastern coast, riding a European Ariane rocket into the sky.
The James Webb Space Telescope, Hubble’s more powerful successor, is scheduled for liftoff on Christmas morning. Here’s how to watch.
Fossils of the velociraptor’s ancient relative from more than 100 million years ago were unearthed in the U.K. and detailed in a new study.